April 24, 2020 would have been the 14th annual Research and Creativity Day symposium at the University of Mary Washington. As in years past, the Hurley Convergence Center would have been filled with posters and hosted simultaneous oral sessions. There would have been multiple exhibitions and performances across campus, and numerous departments would have hosted their own events to celebrate the … [Read more...] about The 14th Annual Research and Creativity Day Symposium has gone virtual!
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Students in the UMW Theatre deparment get hands on experience in every aspect of production and performance of a variety of dramatic pieces, funded in part with monies from the Dean's Research and Creativity grants. Fall 2019 student directors: Senior Jacob Dodges, Clever Little Lies by Joe DiPietro. Senior Morgan Shotwell, Mojo by Jez Butterworth. Senior Victoria Fortune directed Time Stands … [Read more...] about UMW Theatre students lead through good times, and difficult ones too
When courses moved abruptly from in person to online delivery due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Professor Angie Pitts and her students in Latn 358: Ovid, were disappointed. They had been looking forward to a visit from Dr. Bartolo Natoli of Randolph Macon College, author of Silenced Voices: The Poetics of Speech in Ovid (U. WI Press), who was scheduled to give a public lecture April 2nd on the theme … [Read more...] about Students and Faculty Come Together to Bring a Classic into the Digital Age